Save 50-90% on your A/C cooling costs with the installation of a whole house fan in your attic.
Whole House fans made by QuietCool are mounted in your attic and work by pulling the cooler fresh air from outside into your home then out through the attic. The hot air in your attic is replaced with fresh cool hair, keeping both your attic and your entire home cooler.
Point Loma Electric is an authorized installer of Quiet Cool Whole House Fans. Call today to find out if your house is a candidate for a Quiet Cool Whole House Fan.
There are several benefits to the installation of a whole house fan:
You can save up to 50-90% on your electric bill by reducing the use of your air conditioner. Your whole house will stay cooler all day long because the hot air in your attic is replaced by fresh cooler air which is pulled into the home during the hours when the air outside is cooler by the whole house fan. This helps reduce the use of A/C because your house will stay cooler during the day.
Whole house fans will also remove odors, pet dander and dust and will replace and circulate clean fresh air throughout your home.
Why choose a Quiet Cool Whole House Fan?
- A whole house fan will reduce inside temperatures by up to 20 Degrees Without Using your A/C System.
- Quiet Cool Whole House fans can reduce your home’s temperatures up to 10 times faster than most A/C units.
- A whole house fan will reduce the air temperature in your attic but up to 50 degrees. This will help keep your entire house cool.
- The air in your home will be circulated 15-22 times per hour which helps to improve air quality.
- Quiet Cool Whole House fans are installed in your attic and the design keeps the motor away from your living space, which dramatically reduces the sound and vibration
- Quiet Cool Whole house fans come with a 15-year warranty
- By reducing the use of your air conditioner, a Quiet Cool Whole House Fan will pay for itself in just a few years.
- Whole house fans create a refreshing breeze throughout your home using just a fraction of the energy of an air conditioning unit.